We believe every public school student should graduate with clear aspirations for their future—and the full capacity to pursue them. In support of these initiatives, the Pinellas Education Foundation is proud to offer numerous scholarships and grants based on academic achievement, talent and financial need.
Ranging from $500 to $5,000, numerous scholarship opportunities are available to high school graduating seniors in the Pinellas County Public School system. Students only need to fill out one application to match their needs and future interests with nearly 100 scholarship opportunities.
Deadline to apply is January 15, 2020.
This statewide scholarship program helps low-income youth—many from minority families—escape the cycle of poverty through education. Students are paired with mentors who provide inspiration and guidance. These services begin in middle school, continue through high school, and include students’ transition into college and career. Families can apply for the Take Stock in Children program during the fall semester.
Next Generation Tech (NGT) is a yearlong commitment designed to help students network and develop real-world business skills. Students will participate in workshops that will help them retain the latest skills from various industry experts. After the first three workshops, judges announce the Top 10 Semifinalists, who then compete for the winning spot and the grand prize of $10,000.
In this yearlong initiative, students hone their audition and portfolio skills while ultimately competing for scholarships. Categories include: Culinary Arts, Dance, Instrumental, Theater, Visual Arts and Vocal Performance.
Give teachers the resources they need to engage today’s students with innovative, hands-on instruction. Through our online portal, teachers submit grants outlining their goals and budget.